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Vietnam’s Port Potential: The Economic and Political Implications of Vietnam’s Port Renovation

By: Amanda C. Morrow Jensen |

Vietnam has an infrastructure problem in almost all sectors. It has an airport problem. It has a road problem. And Vietnam has a port problem. The real potential for Vietnam to benefit from China’s massive economy – or to benefit from any regional economic activity – lies on the water, and in the ports, which are currently too small and too shallow to effectively realize their economic potential.